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How To Re-Wire Your Body To Burn, Not Store, Fat – [VIDEO] – Healthy Food And Sport Tips

Like so many of us , Mike Berland had been fighting with the problem: easy weight gain and inability to lose it. An avid golfer, skier, runner and triathlete, Berland found out that he no longer enjoys the activities he loved without feeling terrible or gaining weight. Eating restrictions made him lose his sense of wellbeing. I‘m sure that now you are wondering, how could someone gain weight while being so active? Turns out, Berland suffers from conditions that commonly plague other men and women like him: metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance.

What is metabolic syndrome?

About 34 % Americans suffer from metabolic syndrome( MetS or syndrome X). This condition causes makes your body store food as fat instead burning it for energy. Carbohydrate makes most of the problems for people with MetS, and even people who work out hard aren’t immune to this fat-storing problem.Connection of MetS with insulin resistance is the main reason for it.

The hormone insulin shuttle glucose into cells and it is turned into energy. This is how It works: The insulin docks in an insulin receptor turns the key and lets the sugar into the muscle. But if you are insulin resistance, the hormone doesn’t open the door. People with MetS can’t get sugar into their muscles as efficiently as someone without this condition.

When muscles can’t use this sugar for energy , it gets shuttled stored as fat.

How can I burn fat that’s already been stored?

Strategically eating the right carbs at the right time can help the body to burn fat rather than storing it.
1. Eliminate foods high in sugar except bread and dairy.

2. Avoiding certain carbohydrate-laden foods in the evening helps your body to access stored fats overnight and use them as energy. For best results to combined this with exercise.

Best of all, recent research suggests higher-fat diets are better than low-fat diets at helping participants lose weight and improve health markers, and the Fat-Burning Machine program reflects this idea.

How much fruit can I have?

If you have the fat-storing problem: fruit smoothies, dried fruits and fruit juices only make things worse.That’s because fructose in fruit is a nature sugar.

The Fat-Burning Machine program is amazing because it can help you to determine your sensitivity to fruit .

Do I need to eat before a workout?

The idea that you have to eat before a workout so it would keep over from lack of fuel is wrong.There are about 2,000 extra carbohydrate calories in your muscles and liver, ready to be used .Having this so called bank full with fuel that can get you up to two- to three-hour workout at a milder pace you can start working out at the moment you wash your teeth in the morning.

If you train your body to burn fat more efficiently you will have enough fat to fuel you through multiple marathons as well.

For easy to moderate workouts of about 90 minutes long, you don’t have to eat before a workout, all you have to do is train your body to use the bank.

How hard should I work out?

Most of the research came to a conclusion that you don’t need to push yourself and overdo it. Training that is in a moderate pace and includes exercises like 30 seconds accelerations or bursts of speed will make your body less insulin resistant and will improve your body’s ability to use carbohydrates. These so-called short bouts of speed Miracle Intervals improve both: insulin resistance, and performance.

Must wisely choose your combinations of workouts and which foods to eat so you will improve your waistline ,and change your jeans size to the smaller size of course.

Learn more from Gale Bernhardt is a co-author of the book, “Become a Fat-Burning Machine: The 12-Week Diet.” She is a two-time Olympic coach and leading athletic trainer. Gale is certified as a Level I Coach by USA Cycling and a Level III Coach by USA Triathlon. She served on the USA Triathlon National Coaching Committee from 2000 to 2006.

Via: http://www.foxnews.com/

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